against gender based violence, yesterday the world marked International Day of Women Human Rights Defenders, highlighting that, although rendered invisible, women are often on the frontlines of fight for a world in which all of us can safely enjoy our human rights.
In Serbia, within humanitarian response to refugees and migrants, women make up the majority of frontline workers providing direct services in the field, as representatives of government insititutions, civil society organisations, interpreters, volonteers, social workers, psychologists, journalists...
Through some of our strongest impressions from the field, Info Park team invites you to learn how it looks like to be a humanitarian worker in Serbia and to learn about some of women and girls’ stories that are particularly memorable for us.
Info Park’s program of gender based violence prevention and protection of refugee and migrant women and girls is supported by
and EU Health.